Linda Jones is an appellate specialist and has practiced exclusively before the Utah Supreme Court and the Utah Court of Appeals since 1995. She has handled numerous cases involving a broad range of issues including evidence, discovery, jury selection, statutory interpretation, constitutional rights, sufficiency of the evidence, criminal and appellate procedure, sentencing, ineffective assistance of counsel, and prosecutorial misconduct. In addition, Linda has authored articles and presented legal seminars on a range of topics dealing with preserving appellate issues, jury instructions, rules and constitutional provisions, discovery, ethics and privileged information, trends and corrections in the appellate courts, and indigent defense in Utah.
Linda is a commissioner with the Utah Appellate Court Nominating Commission, and a member of the Utah Supreme Court Advisory Committee on the Rules of Evidence, the Utah Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Professionalism and Civility, the Utah Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Criminal Jury Instructions, and the Utah Task Force on Appellate Representation for Indigent Defendants. She also teaches appellate advocacy at the S.J. Quinney College of Law